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    Default Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    Make you a winner or a loser? Worry about your own damn life. SMH

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    The thing that amazes me is how the really obsessive types can talk about one player or subject for literally years at a time without getting sick of it. I got so sick of the Tim Duncan versus Kevin Garnett argument on here in 2003 that I still don

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    Default Re: Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    [QUOTE=Kblaze8855]The thing that amazes me is how the really obsessive types can talk about one player or subject for literally years at a time without getting sick of it. I got so sick of the Tim Duncan versus Kevin Garnett argument on here in 2003 that I still don

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    [QUOTE=Kblaze8855]The thing that amazes me is how the really obsessive types can talk about one player or subject for literally years at a time without getting sick of it. I got so sick of the Tim Duncan versus Kevin Garnett argument on here in 2003 that I still don

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    Default Re: Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    Quote Originally Posted by StrongLurk
    Duncan > Garnett

    It's clearly close and I am not even considering championships. I think peak/prime Duncan is top 10-12 all time (depending on how you value bball before the 80's)) and Garnett is more in the top 25-30.

    But in the grand scheme of things, that is close.
    Tim Duncan was never as impactful as a 2004 Kevin Garnett was. KG definitely peaked higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrongLurk
    Duncan > Garnett

    It's clearly close and I am not even considering championships. I think peak/prime Duncan is top 10-12 all time (depending on how you value bball before the 80's)) and Garnett is more in the top 25-30.

    But in the grand scheme of things, that is close.
    Way too low for KG.

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    Default Re: Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    [QUOTE=Kblaze8855]The thing that amazes me is how the really obsessive types can talk about one player or subject for literally years at a time without getting sick of it. I got so sick of the Tim Duncan versus Kevin Garnett argument on here in 2003 that I still don

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoke117
    This is kind of ironic considering you'll write 10 page essays on some of the most boring shit in existence.

    But it won

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoke117
    Tim Duncan was never as impactful as a 2004 Kevin Garnett was. KG definitely peaked higher.
    Bullshit

    Tim Duncan peaked higher in 2003, literally one year earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRR3
    Way too low for KG.
    That ranking for KG is me giving respect for the pre 1980's generations.

    If we are just talking post-1980, KG is top 20.

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    Default Re: Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    I'm quite confident exposing a narcissist never gets boring.

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    Default Re: Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    Kevin Garnett >> Tim Duncan and it ain't even close.


    Give 03-04 KG a prime Kawhi, Ginobili and Patty Mills = championship cruise.

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    Default Re: Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    Still not as bad as defending a mans pen1s size a la samuraiswish

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    Default Re: Why does defending or bashing another man's legacy

    [QUOTE=Kblaze8855]But it won

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